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Nkorho Cam Sightings Discussion, Sunday 28 October 2007

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Nkorho Cam Sightings Discussion, Sunday 28 October 2007

Welcome to a new day for Nkorho cam Sightings discussions

 

GiGisMom (not verified)
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Auntie Lyn wrote:
Still having freezing and buffers, but sometimes it pays off. Got this shot of the E&T giving us a Halloween treat! 

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Looks like the Marula tree is looking back at us! Smiling

Great picture Auntie Lyn!! The animals at Africam are full of surprises for us! I'm beginning to think they might like us!!

Happy Halloween!!

sagresta (not verified)
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Me too Lyn.  Why are we the only ones?

Auntie Lyn (not verified)
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I'm still here Sag, waiting patiently for something big to show up, or even something small?
I can't tell really if there is something there or not, I keep having to refresh my cam to see what has moved! Making for interesting watching anyway.

sagresta (not verified)
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You're funny Lyn!  I miss ya!

Auntie Lyn (not verified)
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Still having freezing and buffers, but sometimes it pays off. Got this shot of the E&T giving us a Halloween treat!
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Looks like the Marula tree is looking back at us! Smiling

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Auntie Lyn wrote:
got cam up about 7:30CAT and have some serious buffering going on. My problem or universal???

It started with bufferings but now it is running well ...(I closed as many windows as I could ...I don't know if it helped)

Auntie Lyn (not verified)
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got cam up about 7:30CAT and have some serious buffering going on. My problem or universal???

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I`copied it from my book....

''Flight silent and very agile, gliding and wheeling, with sudden darts after pray''...it is exactly what we see often at NkorhoWink

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Emeraldcity ..sorry for the late reply ...At PP the most flying object over the water I think they are moths or other bugs.

Here at Nkorho the cam is too away I think the most flying objects are nightjars ...And yes nightjars are nocturnal insectivorus birds

EmeraldCity (not verified)
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Thank you Janine. 

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